I thought I'd use the assembled minds of YBNBY to solve a hypothetical ethics problem, so here you go.
Supposing you worked at a place for a while, and while you were there, had the presence of mind to register a few domain names of influential people within the company (eg www.bobsmith.com) Then you leave the company, for whatever reason, and stand to lose touch with said parties.
Two part question
1) is it morally wrong to register the names of people you know if they haven't thought to do so themselves, therefore taking advantage of your relationship? Or should you just leave them to the mercy of the domain snipers?
2) Are you obliged to give them their domain names, to transfer them at cost, or could you justifiably hold on to them to sell or trade for a thing of value at a later date?
I'm opening this up to the floor.